I’ve decided I have Lyme Disease

 

Few doctors know much about it or don’t recognize it.  

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.

It can mimic every disease process including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and other  autoimmune conditions including MS, psychiatric conditions including depression and anxiety, and cause significant memory and concentration problems mimicking early dementia. It is called the “Great Imitator” and is notorious for inaccurate test results.

The insurance companies deny or limit coverage  because it could cost them money and require a lifetime of care.  

The drug companies don’t have any costly drug “cures” from which to profit.

We have the best government money can buy. 

Therefore, it goes misdiagnosed, ill-treated or ignored.  And this knowledge has been and is being suppressed.

But those who have it know it’s real. And those who have it are left to work it out for themselves.

 And it could be crawling around in a body near you.  

This is the unspoken epidemic of today and tomorrow.

You may have it and not know it. It can come & go for years, eventually causing arthritis, heart problems, dibilitating pain, paralysis and more.

Contrary to popular propoganda, you don’t need a “bull’s eye” rash to have it. Between 40% & 60% of those inflicted never had a rash. You also don’t need to be bitten by a tick. It could be a mosquitoe, a pet, a spouse, bird, rodent, or child birth that initiates it. It can be caught in the city or the country. It’s everywhere, folks. More prevalent in the northeast, but spreading.

“Coming soon to a town near you!”  :mrgreen:

The symptoms are varied and mimic other diseases. Many who have been diagnosed as having MS, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer actually have Lyme’s. It attacks the immune system, leaving you more vulnerable to other diseases.

Some of the symptoms are: (You can have any combination of these.)

 unexplained fevers, sweats, chills

Breathlessness, “air hunger”, unexplained chronic cough

fatigue, tiredness, poor stamina

swollen glands

sore throat

testicular pain/pelvic pain

unexplained menstrual irregularity

unexplained milk production: breast pain

irritable bladder or bladder dysfunction

sexual dysfunction or loss of libido

upset stomach

change in bowel function—constipation, diarrhea

chest pain or rib soreness

shortness of breath, cough

heart palpitations, pulse skips, heart block

Light sensitivity

Sound sensitivity

Vision: double, blurry, floaters

Ear pain

any history of heart murmur or valve prolapse?

Joint pain or swelling

stiffness of the joints, neck, or back

Muscle pain or cramps

Unexplained back pain

twitching of the face or other muscles

headache

neck creeks and cracks, neck stiffness, neck pain

Lightheadedness, wooziness, unavoidable need to sit or lie

-Tingling, numbness, burning or stabbing sensations, shooting pains, skin -hypersensitivity

facial paralysis (Bell’s Palsy)

Eyes/Vision: double, blurry, increased floaters, light sensitivity

increased motion sickness, vertigo, poor balance

tremor

confusion, difficulty thinking

forgetfulness, poor short term memory (like forgetting why you entered another room)

Difficulty with concentration, reading, problem absorbing new information

Word search, name block

Forgetfulness, poor short term memory, poor attention

Speech errors- wrong word, misspeaking

Mood swings, irritability, depression

disorientation: getting lost, going to wrong places

difficulty with speech or writing

disturbed sleep—too much, too little, early awakening

exaggerated symptoms or worse hangover from alcohol

Napping during the day

Unexplained weight gain

Unexplained weight loss

Unexplained hair loss

You might say, well that could describe something/anything else, but add them up.  How many do you have?

The current standard test for Lyme Disease is called the Elisa Test. Known for it’s inaccuracy & false negatives. Testing for Lyme is still poor, with a false negative rate of about 40%. If you’ve had a previous negative test, there is still ~ 40% chance that you have Lyme.  And most doctors use this test, then declare their job is done, if it comes back negative.  If positive, they prescribe antibiotics; or call it a “false-positive.”  Antibiotics have helped some, especially if caught early. But, antibiotics have hurt others.  They kill everything–even the good guys. And have encouraged candida.  

But, Lyme organisms can exist in three different forms (cyst, spirochete and L-form) so they are really very good at hiding from antibiotics. 

There is a more reliable test called the Western Blot. And a well respected lab called IGeneX available, but few doctors are informed or educated enough to use these resources. 

Many victims of this disease have taken the natural route by taking strong herbs to try to kill these critters who reside inside eating your inners. What is called Lyme disease usually includes more than one invader with big names like Bartonella, Rickettsia, Ehrlichia and Babesia. Borrelia burgdorferi is specific to the tick and Lyme, but is usually accompanied by friends, “fellow feeders.” Different herbs kill different bugs. Diet is also very important. They love sweets.

Eat sweet and make them happy.

These could be some of your very near neighbors.  

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There are some wonderful support groups out there for you, if you think maybe. I’ve joined a few and am learning a whole lot.

 

Lyme Herbals – Cowden, Buhner, Jernigan, Byron White & moreClosed Group · 2,726 members

1,000 Letters (Regarding Lyme) 

GOT ENDORPHINS? LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone)Closed Group · 3,147 members

Low dose Naltrexone (LDN) for Fibromyalgia and (CFS) FatigueClosed Group · 1,506 members 

Coffee Enema Support GroupClosed Group · 354 members

Bottoms Up Support Group  1,626 members

 

 

Comments

  1. Thankyou Marvella. Those pics show worms that could have come out of me. I have ones exactly like the first two, not so many of the third as I’m not so good at getting them out yet. I just assumed I didn’t have Lyme’s. Looks like I might, and I have quite a few of the symptoms too. But for you I would not have suspected. I’m in one of the groups you’re in, coffee enema.
    I didn’t want to gross people there out and it is off group topic but Martin Lara, who is a uropath- urine therapy, reported someone got rid of Lyme by drinking fermented- old- urine. Several days old. He became extremely sick, vomiting, diarrhea. Then, after some hours had some salty chicken soup I think. Then slept an entire weekend, after which he was well. The lyme did not come back so Martin Lara thinks the eggs were killed as well. Unfortunately Martin Lara’s site is down. I don’t know if I can manage doing it that way myself. I’m not sure about the protocol, when the soup is taken. I’m sorry, at present I don’t have a link with it in to pass on to you.
    Regards, Bobbi.

    • Hi Bobbi,
      Do you want me to approve this comment? I think it will go pubic on my post. (I’m kind of new at this) I’ve read other things on drinking urine for curing things. Not sure I’m ready for it. It took a while to embrace enemas. Sorry for the delay in response.

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